Two harvest a year? Does it always do this? That really is amazing.
It starts flowering in late spring and doesn’t stop until late Fall. Typically the last bunches never ripen but this year the weather was accommodating.
Are they really sweet sweet, or good sweet. Bet I can grow them in
France? They are so beautiful.
Not super sweet – just right in my opinion. In the summer they ripen to a golden yellow with a “wow” kind of flavor. These did not reach that stage … they’re more akin to green “grocery store” grapes.
Richard! They look so much more exotic than the old oval grocery green grape! Pretty grape!
Borrowing from tomato terminology … I guess we could call it an indeterminate grape!
Sounds like it. Remarkable! Happy New Year.
I cane-pruned my plant today, setting aside a couple dozen scions for the San Diego CRFG chapters.
This year the Gold Monukka is the first of our grapes to break dormancy.
We noticed these fruit sets today